In Dublin’s Fair City

We arrive by bus in Dublin at lunchtime and find it easy enough to walk to our accommodation. We’ve got two nights to explore this city and on Monday we will take the ferry to England. After checking in we go out for a walk to discover Dublin. I am excited to be here. Years ago, in 1959 my parents visited Dublin on their European Tour and extended honeymoon! Here I am now — more than fifty years later, possibly walking down the same streets…?

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A collection of stories, reflections and learnings from ecovillages & other alternative lifestyle models around the world. These attempts at re-localisation point to an emerging revolution in the way humans live on the land. More at beautilitydevelopments.com.au

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Nilmini De Silva

Nilmini De Silva

Documentary Photographer & Civil Engineer promoting new paradigms for living. http://narratives4change.com.au http://beautilitydevelopments.com.au

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